Prayers for Noah
$23,200 of $25,000 goal
As the class of 2005, we are trying to raise money to assist her with anything she may need in the future following this devastating event. As a class, many of us may not be in the physical area, but we still remain a family and will forever share that bond. Any donations, big or small from anyone who can find it in their heart to help would go a long way. We know it won't bring Noah back and it breaks our heart that a member of our family is hurting but we hope that money will be the last thing Kayla, Greg and their family will have to think about during this terrible time.
Our thoughts and prayers are with Noah's family.
Noah William Brown, 8, of 174 East Road, Adams, died Tuesday afternoon, June 9, 2015, at Berkshire Medical Center Satellite Emergency Facility in North Adams.
He was born in Springfield on July 23, 2006, son of Gregery E. Brown and Kayla M. Pierce.
Noah was currently a third grade student at C.T. Plunkett Elementary School in Adams. He was a member of the Adams Little League, currently playing with the Adams Elks team, and had previously played T-Ball and had also played with the local soccer team.
He was a member of the Williamstown Community Bible Church.
He enjoyed collecting Pokemon cards; the Minecraft Pokemon and Bey Blade series on YouTube; and the Super Heroes and Arrow television series. He was learning to fly fish, and was fond of his family's dogs, Scooby, Chief, Tuukka , Luna and Ferdinand. He was always joking, liked dancing, and told his family he would like to be a "hunter and gatherer" in the future. He especially enjoyed spending time with his family.
Noah is survived by his mother, Kayla Pierce and her companion, John Michael Bradbury, with whom he resided;
His father, Gregery Brown and his companion, Leanne Dixon, of Pittsfield;
His brother, Zack Bradbury, of Adams;
His paternal "Mimi and Papa", Kathy Danis and her husband, Shawn, of Adams;
His maternal " Nana and Papa", Carolyn Crews of North Adams; and Jason Crews of Adams;
His paternal grandfather, Stephen Blondin and his wife, Dawn, of North Adams;
His paternal great grandmothers, Alice Brown of Cheshire, and Dorothy Blondin of North Adams;
His maternal "GiGi and Papa", Lynne Pierce Tower and her husband, Steve, of Matthews, SC;
His best friend, Mason Liebenow of Adams; as well as numerous aunts, uncles and cousins, all of whom loved him dearly.
Funeral services celebrating Noah's life will be held on Tuesday, June 16th, at 10:00 AM in the Williamstown Community Bible Church, 160 Bridges Road, Williamstown. Pastor Douglas Duncan will officiate.
Burial will follow in Bellevue Cemetery, Adams.
Calling hours at the PACIOREK FUNERAL HOME, 13 Hoosac St. Adams, are Monday from 4 to 7 PM.
Calling hours ONLY for Noah's classmates, friends and staff from C.T. Plunkett Elementary School are Sunday, June 14th, at 2:00 PM at the funeral home.
Memorial donations may be made to Adams Little League, PO Box 302, Adams, MA 01220; Williamstown Community Bible Church, 160 Bridges Rd. Williamstown, MA 01267, or to St. Jude Children's Hospital, 501 St. Jude Place, Memphis, TN 38105
As Noahs Mimi (grandmother)and Papa (my husband Shawn) the outpouring of support and love for Noah on this page - people who didn't even know him overwhelms us. I thank you from a place deep inside our torn and broken heart. Noah was love, energy, silliness, brute honesty, snuggly, and a Minecraft/Pokémon loving little boy. Hug your kids today, this afternoon, tonight and thank the Lord for them. Thank you again and again for your support. Every night when you hug them...would you give them an extra hug for Noah...from his Mimi and Papa? Thank you.
The out pour of all of the community support speaks volume during my cousin Kayla's time of need. I am amazed at how much money people have donated to help give little Noah a proper burial. I guess the saying is true that it take a village to raise a child. Now we can uplift and raise Noah to the heaven's above....Noah was an amazing little boy and he was special to all that knew him; especially all of the Pierce, Crews, Tower, Brown, Bradbury families. THANK all of you for the donations.
I am a small business owner here in Adams and my husband Ray is the crossing guard in front of Plunkett. Our hearts are broken by this tragedy. Ray loves all of "his" kids at school and was devastated to hear this news. We would like to donated a portion of our profits for the month of June from my business. We are keeping all of Noah's family and friends in our prayers everyday.
Kayla n greg i love u both n iam so sorry for ur tragic lose of ur son i have known both of u for years n i been beating my head of how i can help.. Me and the guys talked about it iam going to custom paint a mail box, that reminds people to slow down.. We are gonna take this mail box n raffle it off on the mac truck $5 a ticket all profits go to u guys.. Once again iam sorry noah could never in a million years be replaced but just know we love u n are here to help.. Ill give u details soon..
Kayla (and family) ... we love you so much and our heart just breaks along with you. Words are so hard to come by to bring you comfort, but we are praying for you every day and trusting God to bring you his peace beyond understanding and you would feel his love during this time.
Kayla no words can help with the pain you are feeling but take comfort in knowing this has impacted every mother and father reading or hearing your tragic story. We are sharing in your pain and praying for you and your family. May god be with you during this sad time.